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Glaucus Atlanticus: This beautiful creature is a sea slug. Now I'm infatuated. How cool would this look as a tattoo?

Octopus fingerprints - pretty sure this is a part of my identity

Peacock Flounder....great camouflage.

Mandarin fish

When Einstein the elderly goldfish developed swim bladder disease, the future looked bleak. The ailment, which is common in aquarium fish and controls their buoyancy, caused him to turn upside down and sink to the bottom of the tank. But now things are looking up, after his owner Leighton Naylor, 32, from Blackpool, made him his very own life jacket.

The Spanish dancer (Hexabranchus sanguineus - meaning "blood-colored six-gills") is a dorid nudibranch

The ocean sunfish (mola mola).

Nautiluses eating. This photo was taken at a depth of 876 feet, near the Pacific island of Palau.

Seahorse skeleton. I would love one of these displayed.

XD

Translucent Ants Photographed Eating Colored Liquids macro insects color

Assholes

Did you know that giant Pacific octopuses get “attached” to their aquarists—in a good way? These intelligent animals recognize the staff and may even embrace them after a long absence. Please do not judge them for their looks...love is love!

Beluga Whales migration, Nunavut Inlet, Canada

When seahorses find a mate, they wrap their tails around each other so the tide doesn’t drift them apart. They have that one mate for the rest of their lives. When the mate dies, they do too.

Crocodile fish

The vampire squid is neither a squid nor an octopus. Unique.

Blauer Krake

The World\'s First Nature 3D Printer

Helioceras heteromorph ammonite

Written In The Stars: Exploring Astrology

Written In The Stars: Exploring Astrology

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  • NerdGraph Infographics
    NerdGraph Infographics

    Thank you for the pin Kat! :) Appreciate it :)

  • Destined Designz
    Destined Designz

    This is awesome!! Thanks for sharing

  • Sharron Astrology
    Sharron Astrology

    great

The creature, although it resembles an alien being you might see featured in a science-fiction movie, was identified by Eduardo Acevedo as a Bryde’s whale. Acevedo’s extraordinary photographs reveal the gargantuan mammal just as it has ingested practically an entire school of bait fish.

This is a chimera cat, who is it's own fraternal twin. (When two fertilized eggs fuse together)....sooo cool

Sudden Clarity Clarence. Mind blown!

You know that's right!